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We get a lot of questions about flower bulbs, but most involve when to plant them. Quite simply, "fall" flower bulbs are planted in the fall, grow roots into winter, then sprout and bloom in the spring. These include favorites such as tulips, daffodils, hyacinth and others. "Spring" flower bulbs are also known as tender bulbs (they don't survive cold ground temperatures); they're planted in the spring and flower throughout the summer. They include dahlias, glads, cannas, calla lilies and others. You can view these products by their planting seasons — Fall Planted Bulbs or Spring Planted Bulbs — or simply use the filters on the left to help you choose.

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  1. $49.98

    Sale: $32.49

    Per Bag of 50

    This stunning bi-color Daffodil boasts a ruffled, yellow center set on gorgeous, pure-white petals. Smiling Twin is a true conversation-starter in any garden. Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

    Per Bag of 8

    This dwarf daffodil has deep yellow petals and a corona that ranges from orange to red, creating floral fireworks when it blooms. (Narcissus cyclamineus) Learn More →
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    'Striped Vulcan' Dahlia boasts bright yellow petals that are striped and streaked with brilliant red. The double blooms are packed with pointed petals, making the flower shape fall somewhere between a decorative and cactus dahlia. Grow 'Striped Vulcan' in any sunny spot to see blooms from mid summer to frost. A taller variety, site this one among your favorite perennials in the back of the garden, or give it plenty of room in its own container. (Dahlia) Learn More →
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    Per Bag of 3

    Yellow-Red Picotee Begonia is one of our most popular begonias, with glowing yellow petals trimmed in a brilliant peachy-red. Plant this one where you can enjoy the flowers up close. (Begonia) Learn More →
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    Double-petal freesia is an elegant, bell-shaped flower which lends a delightful fragrance to garden beds, containers, and vases. This colorful mixture of purple, white, yellow and pink is the perfect way to cheer up any garden space. In colder zones, Freesia is considered an annual that can be successfully planted in the spring, as long as the bulbs are 'lifted' in the fall before winter sets in. Freesia is best suited for warmer climates (zones 9-10) and blooms in late spring. (Freesia) Learn More →
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    Scarlet O'Hara is about as colorful as a daffodil can get. Bright yellow petals with a flaming orange cup. Warm and dramatic, just like its namesake! (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Starting with a blush of green from their stem, 'Nashville' Calla Lily's pale buttermilk blooms are overtaken by magenta-purple, fluted curls. Graceful and extraordinary, this variety grows slightly shorter than other calla lilies, making it a perfect choice for garden edges and patio containers. Bring this beautiful bi-colored flower indoors to show off its stand-alone elegance in a simple vase. (Zantedeschia) Learn More →
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    Fortissimo pulls out all the stops when it comes to daffodil size and color. Pure rich gold petals and a large cup of glowing orange. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    This is the classic large flowering crocus mix. It gives you purple, yellow, white and striped bicolor blooms. (Crocus vernus and Crocus flavus) Learn More →
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    Deep, magenta-rose flowers reveal a buttercup-yellow star on the inside. Persian Pearl's unusual exterior showcases a silver-gray flush, making them as pretty closed as they are open. Dependably perennial and deer resistant. (Tulipa humulis) Learn More →
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    Bright, orange-yellow blooms rise out of chocolately-purple leaves, making 'Chocolate Sunrise' Canna Lily a must-have in the summer garden. Cannas prefer as much sun as possible and are unappealing to hungry deer. A great choice for containers. (Canna) Learn More →
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    If you like yellow, you'll love 'Kelvin Floodlight' Dahlia's classic, butter-colored flowers that arrive dinner plate-sized, at up to 12" across. Set against deep green foliage that comes in lush and thick, 'Kelvin Floodlight' is a great way to add fast-growing color to beds, borders, and containers. Brighten up the garden with this easy-to-grow favorite. (Dahlia) Learn More →
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    Known for its traditional shape, the Avalon daffodil has a large flower on one stem with a large center cup. Its light yellow and cream color is bright and cheery. Once established and undisturbed, the Avalon will multiply to create more blooms season after season. Grow in container, fields or gardens. The large cupped daffodils are an excellent cut flower, blooming in mid spring. (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    These are the much loved large flowering crocus with the glowing butter yellow shine. Plant in large groups for spectacular color. (Crocus flavus) Learn More →
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    Tequila Sunrise Mix is an ingenious combo of colors that's both cool and hot for a stunning display. (Hyacinthus orientalis) Learn More →
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    The famous Foxtail Lily is a giant in the garden, with flowering spikes from 4 to 5 ft. tall that arrive in a brilliant yellow with orangey highlights. Also known as the Desert Candle, each bloom tapers towards the top and looks spectacular in arrangements. Prefers dry soils and full sun. (Eremurus bungei) Learn More →
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    Seattle' Dinner Plate Dahlia will have you shouting "Hello, Sunshine!" every time you step into your garden. The gorgeous, fully double flowers are formed by layers upon layers of canary yellow petals tipped with white and accented by peach undertones. 'Seattle' is the diva of the dahlia patch, with 8-inch-wide flowers that glow from dawn until dusk. (Dahlia) Learn More →
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    This large-cupped beauty brings elegance to the spring garden with strong, white petals and a ruffled, yellow center. Make sure to plant extra for gorgeous spring bouquets! (Narcissus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $8.99

    Per Bag of 30

    This mix of purple, white and yellow Crocus will pop up in early spring through the snow. Tough yet cheerful, when this mix starts blooming you'll know spring is here! Learn More →
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    Sale: $9.49

    Per Bag of 10

    This double Darwin Hybrid is from Japan and boasts huge, camellia-like flowers that continuously change from yellow to red. Akebono’s blooms are also sweetly fragrant and the foliage is a brilliant green color. Learn More →
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    Yellow Queen is the famous pure yellow Dutch Iris. Easy to grow, strong-stemmed, and great for cutting, this iris is well-loved by florists everywhere. (Iris hollandica) Learn More →
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    Igniting the summer garden with yellow-orange blooms edged in red, 'Princess Margaret Rose' Gladiolus creates a huge statement both in the bed and when cut for bouquets. Easy-to-grow gladiolus bulbs are as simple as dig & drop, requiring little care when planted in full sun. Summer blooming annual in most zones. (Gladiolus) Learn More →
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    Sale: $12.99

    Per Bag of 3

    'Kogana Fubuki' Dahlia blooms in layered rings of pink, peach and yellow, with a high petal count that gives it great substance. With plentiful, deep green leaves, this semi dinner plate variety delivers an entire palette of summertime color to any full-sun spot. Amazing in the garden, amazing in a vase. (Dahlia) Learn More →
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    Wand Flower produces tall spikes of star-like blooms in shades of pink, yellow, and white, all opening to reveal center eyes in contrasting colors. Perfect for any hot, sunny spot in the garden, Wand Flower is best suited for warmer climates (zones 8-10) and blooms in late spring. Considered an annual in colder zones, where it should be planted in the spring and lifted in the fall. (Ixia) Learn More →

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